Freemasons at Oak Island: Speculation About a Real National Treasure Site

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    For over two centuries a small patch of land on an obscure island has baffled treasure hunters and scientists alike. Tantalizing clues indicate it may be the site of the world’s greatest treasure, or it might be history’s most elaborate hoax.

    Speculation about who is responsible for its puzzling origin runs the gamut from pirates to space aliens. But when the facts are laid out, the evidence on mysterious and enigmatic Oak Island points to one group . . . the Freemasons.

    This fascinating 66-page booklet tells why.

    Softcover, 66 pages, #832

    About the Author

    Steven L. Harrison, 33°, FMLR, is Past Master of Liberty Lodge #31, Liberty, Missouri and is a dual member of Kearney Lodge #311. His other Masonic affiliations include Liberty York Rite Bodies, Scottish Rite Valley of St. Joseph and Moila Shrine. As a youth, he was a member of Oriental Chapter, Order of DeMolay in Indianapolis, where he received the Chevalier award and served as Master Councilor. In 2009, he was awarded the DeMolay Legion of Honor and is Past Dean of its St. Joseph Preceptory. Steve was named a Fellow of the Missouri Lodge of Research (FMLR) in 2011 and served as its Master in 2013-14. He is a regular contributor to the Midnight Freemasons Blog, The Working Tools Magazine and other Masonic publications. He has been editor of the Missouri Freemason magazine since 2005 and in 2014 was named the first Grand Historian of the Grand Lodge of Missouri. With a Master’s degree from Indiana University Bloomington, he is retired from a 35-year career in information technology. Steve and his wife Carolyn reside in Kearney, Missouri.
    Steve Harrison is also the author of Freemasons: Tales From the Craft and Freemasonry Crosses the Mississippi and editor of Masonic Memoranda of Frederick L. Billon